Crystal Palace, Swansea and West Ham in excellent 8/1 treble
Crystal Palace, Swansea City and West Ham United star in this superb Premier League treble from Coral. Fancy a weekend win? There are cracking enhanced odds of 8/1 for Palace, the Swans and Hammers all to triumph in their forthcoming fixtures
This trio of exciting teams have all started the season in style, and have made some sensational summer transfers so, punters, place a stake and potentially bring in the bucks from this weekend wager.
Here are even more reasons to back this brilliant bet…
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa
Alan Pardew’s impressive Palace side are 17/20 favourites for victory at Selhurst Park and, having pushed Arsenal all the way last time out, currently look capable of troubling any team.
In contrast to the aggressive and attack-minded Eagles, visitors Villa look devoid of ideas up top, and have beaten their hosts just once in their past four attempts.
Palace also have an array of predators ready to run riot, with new signings Connor Wickham (6/1 to strike first), Patrick Bamford (5/1 to bag last) and Bakary Sako (7/4 to notch anytime) among Pardew’s excellent options.
Sunderland v Swansea City
The Swans travel to the Stadium of Light, where Sunderland are currently in somewhat of a shambles. The Black Cats have conceded a shocking seven in just two games, meaning Garry Monk’s men are 21/5 to fire in three or more.
Swansea, 11/10 favourites to claim the spoils, got off to a sublime start against Chelsea and have not looked back since, with Andre Ayew and Bafetimbi Gomis, 5/1 to net first and last respectively, both looking for their third goal in as many matches.
West Ham United v Bournemouth
The Hammers at home are 5/4 to take new boys Bournemouth to task, as the Cherries are yet to record a top tier triumph, losing both of their previous outings by a 1-0 margin.
West Ham, meanwhile, enjoyed a 2-0 victory over Arsenal last time they were on home turf, and customers can back dangerous Diafra Sakho (5/4 in the anytime market) and Dimitri Payet (7/4) to run the guests ragged.